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... 3 PM. For the first time we chose a hotel at a distance from the train station as we wanted to be close to the Hiroshima Peace Park. We indulged in a cab. There was a long line of pristinely dressed taxi drivers waiting outside the station. Of note all seemed to be as least 75. Ryan thinks it is their wives sending them out to get a job after they retire. I wonder if it is the safest population to be driving people around? We arrived ...
... and find a restaurant for dinner. Back at the hotel my tushy was greeted by a heated toilet seat. Another one of my favourite things about Japan...their high tech toilets. Let me tell you after a chilly day touring outside there is nothing like sitting on a warm seat. Something we should consider in Canada...you know what I'm talking about...early in the winter mornings the cold porcelain on one's delicate tush...Brrrrrr. We picked out a place for dinner but ...
... TV, reading books (travel books, though), washing dishes and clothes, but also other things that we only do it in other's home: checking every corner of the house to find out how it's different. In a Japanese home, the bathtub is globally speaking unique due to its Onsen hot-spring culture. The control panel is usually in the kitchen, and you have to heat up the tank before you wash, and turn it off afterwards. ...
... there were a lot in the free area. The most picturesque was the Karamon Gate. I also walked a bit on the hillside, but I was not so enthusiastic and didn't explore much.
Then we headed to Ichijyo Waterfall. It was a small waterfall and it was possible to skip, but I thought my mum may have liked it and so stopped by. Fortunately, we were able to drive close to the waterfall and my mum easily walked up to the waterfall. It was comfortable ...
My mom and I went for a drive along the Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road. In fact, because the toll for the road was quite expensive, I stayed away from the drive way for a long time. However, I heard that you could get a discount only in July and August, and that seemed to be a good chance to try it. Incidentally, the road is popular in the season of autumn leaf viewing, but the toll is not discounted rate.
This time, I rented a car at Gifu ...